triplite

<chemical> A mineral of a dark brown colour, generally with a fibrous, massive structure. It is a fluophosphate of iron and manganese. ... Origin: Cf. F. Triplite. See Triple. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Triplite

• (n.) A mineral of a dark brown color, generally with a fibrous, massive structure. It is a fluophosphate of iron and manganese.
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triplite

phosphate mineral, consisting of manganese, iron, magnesium, and calcium phosphate [(Mn, Fe, Mg, Ca)2PO4(F,OH)]. It occurs as brightly coloured ...
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Triplite

Triplite is a mineral of a dark brown colour, generally with a fibrous, massive structure. It is a fluophosphate of iron and manganese.
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Triplite

Triplite is a rare phosphate mineral with formula: {chemical formula|(||Mn||,||Fe||)|2|PO4||(||F||,||OH||)}. It occurs in phosphate-rich granitic pegmatites typically as irregular brown opaque masses. Triplite was first described in 1813 for an occurrence in Chanteloube, Limousin, France. The name is from the Greek triplos for triple, in reference...
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